the branch of medicine that deals with radioactive substances for diagnosing and treating disease
Diagnostic x-ray, nuclear medicine, ultrasound and computerized tomography.
a branch of medicine that uses various imaging techniques to diagnose and treat a wide variety of diseases.
the use of Xrays and radioactive substances for diagnosis and treatment of disease.
a branch of medicine concerned with X-rays, ultrasound and other imaging techniques.
The medical field concerned with the diagnosis of disease using X-rays, MRI scanning and ultrasound (the use of sound waves of extremely high frequency to build up pictures of the inside of the body)
X-rays used to identify and diagnose medical problems.
Use of X-rays, radium and other forms of radiation to diagnose and treat disease.
The use of medical imaging techniques such as X-ray, CT, ultrasound and MRI for diagnosis
The diagnosis and treatment of disease by using x-rays or other forms of radiant energy. Included in this specialty are treatments by CAT scan, nuclear medicine, ultrasound, magnetic resonance and radiation therapy.
Diagnosis of diseases through the use of x-rays.
The study of X-Rays and radioactivity.
Branch of medical science dealing with use of x-rays, radioactive substances and other forms of radiant energy in diagnosis and treatment of disease.
(radiology) examination of the inner structure of opaque objects using X rays or other penetrating radiation
an intricate and complicated specialty
the medical specialty of diagnostic imaging and interpretation
the use of radiation, ultrasound, X-rays, computerized tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), mammography and other imaging technologies to diagnose diseases and internal disorders
The branch of medicine dealing with radioactive substances including the diagnosis and treatment of diseases. See also: Hyperfractionated-Radiotherapy See also: Radiotherapy-Field See also: Magnetic-Resonance-Imaging (MRI) See also: Computed-Tomography (CT-Scan) See also: Ultrasound WWW Resources for Radiology
A branch of medicine that focuses on the use and study of radioactive substances to treat and diagnose disease.
Imaging procedures such as X-Ray, ultrasound, CT Scan, PET Scan and nuclear medicine. Provider lookup see: Radiology Facility
Radiology is the use of x-rays to determine pathology (cancer, tumors, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis etc.) fractures, short leg deficiencies and spinal subluxations (misalignment).
Field of medicine dealing with imaging of the body, including x-rays, CAT scans, and MRIâ€™s. Radiologists also perform certain invasive procedures using imaging technology.
The evaluation of X-rays and related procedures such as MRI, ultrasound and CT scan).
uses radiation to diagnose and treat disease
The demonstration of internal anatomy by means of X-rays and other imaging modalities.
Specialized use of radiant energy, such as X-rays and radium, for the diagnosis and treatment of disease.
The use of radioactive equipment, including X-ray machines, to diagnose and treat diseases and injuries. Specialists in this field are called radiologists.
that branch of medicine dealing with the diagnostic and therapeutic applications of radiant energy, including x-rays and radioisotopes.
The branch of medicine which uses various techniques of visualisation for the diagnosis of disease and injury.
Use of imaging techniques, such as X ray or CT Scan, in the diagnosis and treatment of disease
A radiologist diagnoses and treats diseases, using various visualization techniques, such as X-rays, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), ultrasound and computerized axial tomography (CT scan), to detect problems in the structure and function of internal organs.
The use of radiation (for example X-rays) to diagnose or treat disease
The radiology department of a clinic or hospital typically uses a broad range of imaging modalities, including ultrasound, x-ray, MRI and nuclear medicine to aid in the diagnosis and treatment of disease. In the context of ultrasound, radiology typically includes imaging of the abdomen. Vascular anatomy and obstetrics and gynecology.
Such techniques as X-ray, magnetic resonance and ulstrasound are used in this specialty.
The branch of medicine concerned with the use of radiant energy in the diagnosis and treatment of disease.
a branch of medicine concerned with the use of X-rays to diagnose and/or treat disease.
A radiologist is a physician with special training in the use of x-rays, radioactive materials and other imaging procedures to diagnose and treat disease.
The branch of medicine that deals with the use of x-rays.
Radiant energy and substances used in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases.
The science of diagnosis and/or treatment using radiant energy. Includes x- rays, CT scan, and destruction of tumors by radiation.
A specialty focusing on the use of radiation and other radioactive substances to diagnose and treat disease.
The branch of medicine that deals with the use of radioactive substances in diagnosis and treatment of disease. Find a radiologist
Diagnose and treat problems by using X rays, nuclear imaging devices, radioactive substances, ultrasound, and magnetic resonance. A radiologist is seen only on referral by another physician.
Radiologists diagnose and treat disease through the use of various imaging and treatment modalities, including X-ray, nuclear medicine scanning, ultrasound, CAT scanning, mammography, angiographic studies and MRI.
A specialty concerned with the use of x-ray and other forms of radiant energy in the diagnosis and treatment of disease.
The branch of medicine that uses ionizing and nonionizing radiation for the diagnosis and treatment of disease. See the entire definition of Radiology
the branch of medicine concerned with radioactive substances, including x-rays, radioactive isotopes, and ionizing radiation, and the application of this information to prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease.
The use of radiation (such as x-rays) or other imaging technologies (such as ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging) to diagnose or treat disease.
The use of X-rays in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases.
Branch of medicine that uses radiation for diagnosis (diagnostic imaging) and treatment (radiation therapy) of disease.
a branch of medicine that uses radioactive substances and visual devices to diagnose and treat a wide variety of diseases.
Perform diagnostic tests using x-rays and radio-isotopes, ultrasound, and magnetic resonance imaging.
traditionally, the medical specialty dealing with imaging by x-ray. There has been an explosion in many fields of radiology over the past ten to fifteen years, and radiologists now also use other imaging methods such as ultrasound, and also use imaging to perform procedures (interventional radiology).
The branch of medicine concerned with the use of radiation including x-rays.
Radiology is the specialty directing medical imaging technologies to diagnose and sometimes treat diseases. Originally it was the aspect of medical science dealing with the medical use of appless emitted by X-ray machines or other such radiation devices for the purpose of obtaining visual information as part of medical imaging. Today, following extensive training, radiologists also direct other imaging technologies (such as ultrasound, computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging) to diagnose or treat disease.